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Apple won't let you waste money on subscriptions, adds a confirmation pop-up to App Store

Apple has experienced a lot of accidental purchases using TouchID for authenticating purchases.

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Apr 13, 2019, 06.29 PM IST
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Apple adds one step to prevent you from wasting money on app subscriptions
CALIFORNIA [USA]): Apple has finally addressed the dire need of having a confirmation before someone ends up accidentally paying for subscriptions.

There have been a lot of instances of accidental purchases on the Apple App Store on devices using TouchID for authenticating purchases.

Now, when you hit the subscribe button and authenticate with TouchID or FaceID, Apple will show you a pop-up asking you if you are sure of signing up for the subscription, Engadget reports.

The pop-up notice will have a warning that will indicate that the subscription will continue unless cancelled in Settings, thereby giving users the crucial few moments to rethink their decision.

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